Ohio State star Marvin Harrison Jr. was recently announced as one of the four Heisman trophy finalists and his selection is drawing mixed reactions from the college football world. Harrison was announced as a finalist alongside Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr., Oregon quarterback Bo Nix, and LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels. Harrison, notably, is the only non-quarterback that was selected to be a finalist.

Many were excited that the Buckeye's star was selected as a Heisman trophy finalist.

Popular Twitter user Mekka Don was effusive with his praise of Harrison's finalist selection, tweeting, “I’m so happy that Marvin Harrison Jr. was named a Heisman Finalist! I thought they were going to try to play him.”

Ohio State writer Jerry Emig was just as enthusiastic about Harrison's validity as a Heisman trophy finalist, saying, “Marvin Harrison Jr. very deservingly earns a trip to NYC as a Heisman Trophy finalist.”

However, everyone wasn't happy with Harrison's selection. A lot of the opposition to his selection as a finalist is that many thought that there were other players that were more deserving of the nod.

“Marvin Harrison Jr being a finalist is absolute bogus.” Ryer L. Highland said on Twitter. Malik Nabers (LSU), Rome Odunze (UW), and Troy Franklin (Oregon) all had a better year, and all played just as big of a role as Harrison Jr on their teams. — Yes, Harrison Jr is a stud, but not a Heisman finalist.”

Kyron Samuels tweeted, “Marvin Harrison jr as a Heisman finalist over Jalen Milroe is certifiably inanse.”

Colton Edwards posted a screenshot of the best receivers in FBS football, in which Harrison was listed as the 9th player on the list per various receiving stats. Edwards simply tweeted a question based on the screenshot, “How is Marvin Harrison Jr. a Heisman finalist?”

Even though Harrison's selection drew mixed reactions, the college football world can objectively admit that Harrison is one of the brightest talents in college football. Harrison finished the regular season with 1,211 yards on 67 receptions and 14 touchdowns and averages 18.1 yards per catch. His play was good enough to lead Ohio State to an 11-1 record with their lone loss coming to bitter rival Michigan.

The winner of the Heisman Trophy will be announced on December 9th at 8 PM EST on ESPN.